If you’ve already broken your New Year’s resolution to eat healthier there is no better time than the present to get back on track. Dani Armbrust a registered dietician at CentraCare says a good start is kicking your day off with a healthy balanced breakfast.
“Looking at things that are really going to help you stay full so – even doing oatmeal instead of cold cereal might be more filling adding some fruit or nuts to that. You can do something like eggs with whole-wheat toast and avocado.”
Armbrust also recommends you stay away from pre-packaged foods. March is National Nutrition Month and this year’s theme is “Personalize Your Plate”.